Synonyms for mariya_ryemyen or Related words with mariya_ryemyen

olesya_povh              hrystyna_stuy              nataliya_pohrebnyak              nataliya_pyhyda              yelizaveta_bryzhina              aleksandra_fedoriva              natalya_nazarova              sviatlana_usovich              yuliya_gushchina              vania_stambolova              denisa_rosolová              antonina_yefremova              antonina_krivoshapka              olha_zemlyak              myriam_soumaré              yevgeniya_polyakova              tatyana_firova              irina_privalova              alina_lohvynenko              lina_grinčikaitė              natalya_antyukh              alina_talay              kseniya_ustalova              kseniya_zadorina              zuzana_hejnová              marta_jeschke              natalia_rusakova              ewelina_ptak              jitka_bartoničková              ilona_usovich              glory_alozie              yuliya_chermoshanskaya              zuzana_bergrová              véronique_mang              natallia_safronnikava              marika_popowicz              irina_khabarova              alenka_bikar              hanna_titimets              ivet_lalova              lucie_škrobáková              marina_kislova              weronika_wedler              olga_kotlyarova              iryna_lishchynska              zuzanna_radecka              olesya_zykina              olha_lyakhova              svetlana_pospelova              verena_sailer             



Examples of "mariya_ryemyen"
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London she and her teammates Hrystyna Stuy, Mariya Ryemyen and Yelizaveta Bryzghina took the bronze medals in the 4 x 100 metres relay by setting a new national record.
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London she and her teammates Olesya Povh, Mariya Ryemyen and Hrystyna Stuy took the bronze medals in the 4 x 100 metres relay by setting a new national record.
Bryzhina was part (with Nataliya Pohrebnyak, Mariya Ryemyen and Olesya Povh) of the Ukrainian women's 4 × 100 m relay, that won gold during the 2010 European Athletics with 42.29 - the fastest time in the world that year. Bryzhina won silver in the (individual) 200 m during this championship when she ran 22.44 (gold went to France's Myriam Soumare).
Nataliya Olehivna Pohrebniak (, born 19 February 1988) is a Ukrainian sprint athlete who specializes in the 100 metres. Pohrebniak was part (with Yelizaveta Bryzhina, Mariya Ryemyen and Olesya Povh) of the Ukrainian women's 4 × 100 m that won gold during the 2010 European Athletics with 42.29 – the fastest time in the world that year.
Mariya Ryemyen (; born 2 August 1987) is a Ukrainian sprint athlete who specializes in the 100 metres. Ryemyen was part (with Nataliya Pohrebnyak, Olesya Povh and Yelizaveta Bryzhina) of the Ukrainian women's 4 × 100 m that won gold during the 2010 European Athletics with 42.29 – the fastest time in the world that year.
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London she and her teammates Olesya Povh, Mariya Ryemyen and Yelizaveta Bryzghina took the bronze medals in the 4 x 100 metres relay by setting a new national record. She also came in third in the 200m quarterfinals at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
The final was held at 18:15. The initial winner of the final, Tezdzhan Naimova, tested positive for the banned steroid drostanolone during the competition. In September 2013, she was officially stripped of her 2013 European Indoor Championships 60m title and banned for life from athletics. Ukraine's Mariya Ryemyen, who came second in the Gothenburg final, was declared the gold medalist of the 60m event, with France's Myriam Soumaré taking the silver medal and Bulgaria's Ivet Lalova the bronze.
Naimova's drug woes continued in 2013. She tested positive for the banned steroid drostanolone right after winning the 60 metres event at the 2013 European Athletics Indoor Championships held in Gothenburg in March. In September 2013, she was officially stripped of the 60m title and banned for life from athletics. Ukraine's Mariya Ryemyen, who came second in the Gothenburg final, was declared the gold medalist of the 60m event, with France's Myriam Soumaré taking the silver medal and Bulgaria's Ivet Lalova the bronze.
McSweeney participated in the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships in the Women's 60 metres. In her first round heat, she finished fourth behind winner Hrystyna Stuy, Myriam Soumaré and youngster, Jodie Williams in a time of 7.38 and qualified as a fastest loser. In her semi-final, she started very strongly but ended up finishing seventh with Mariya Ryemyen winning the race in a time of 7.16, Véronique Mang finishing second and Hrystyna Stuy finishing third and Shane Healy coming fourth. McSweeney clocked a time of 7.34, which was not enough to advance and was 0.04 off the national record set by Anna Boyle.
She had her first year of international competition in 2010. She reached the semi-finals of the 60 metres at the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships and took a relay bronze medal with Ukraine at the 2010 European Team Championships. She gained selection for the 100 m at the 2010 European Athletics Championships and was eliminated in the semi-finals. However, she went on to have success at the competition as part of the Ukrainian 4×100 m relay team: running with Nataliya Pohrebnyak, Mariya Ryemyen, and Yelizaveta Bryzhina, the team won the gold medal in a national record time of 42.29 seconds – the fastest mark in the world that year. The team reprised their roles for the 2010 IAAF Continental Cup, representing Europe, and took the silver medal behind the Americas team.
Lemos Silva began the 2011 in good form, clocking 11.19 seconds and 23.09 seconds for the 100 and 200 m early in the year. At the 2011 South American Championships in Athletics she won her first continental titles by defeating all comers in the 100 m and 200 m races, and was also a runner-up in the relay. At the 2011 Military World Games in Rio de Janeiro she won three medals for Brazil: she set games records to win the 200 m and relay titles, but was narrowly beaten in the 100 m final by Ukraine's Mariya Ryemyen. She improved her 200 m best sixth tenths of a second at the 2011 Brazilian championships to set a South American record of 22.48 seconds breaking Lucimar de Moura's record, en route to retaining her national sprint titles. At the 2011 World Championships in Athletics she was a semi-finalist in both individual sprints and in the relay she helped the team to a Brazilian record of 42.92 seconds in the heats and placed seventh in the final. Medals came at the 2011 Pan American Games, where she was fourth in the 100 m but won golds in the 200 m and relay events. In the relay, she led off a team including Vanda Gomes, Franciela Krasucki, and Rosângela Santos to break the national record yet again, crossing the line with 42.85 seconds.